CONSERVING

    THE

WHITE TANK MOUNTAINS

MEDIA KIT

Mission: To inspire all to conserve and enjoy the natural and cultural resources of the White Tank Mountains

HISTORY

The White Tank Mountain in the West Valley of Phoenix are among the best conserved natural areas in the metropolitan region. Lying along the Western edge of the urban environment, the White Tank Mountains stand in the path of continued growth in one of the nations's fastest growing communities. The mountains are also the site of two regional parks, the White Tank Mountain Regional Park and Skyline Regional Park. The White Mountains Conservancy was organized in 2015 and is dedicated to inspire all to conserve these mountains that are home to unique natural and cultural resources including mule deer, mountain lions, javelina and petroglyphs.

GUIDING

PRINCIPLES

  • Regional Planning and Partnerships

  • Stewardship and Volunteerism

  • Advocacy and Public Policy

  • Education and Outreach

  • Research and Restoration

  • Tourism and Public Attraction​

PARTNERS

  • The Sonoran Institute

  • DMB Associates, Inc

  • Central Arizona Conservation Alliance

  • Maricopa County Parks and Recreation

  • WESTMARC

  • City of Buckeye

  • City of Surprise

  • City of Goodyear

  • City of Peoria

  • Town of Youngtown

  • West-MEC

 

Todd Hornback

 
 

Outreach 

Activities